Blake Feese & Co. Aim High For Kentucky
Topics: Blake Feese, WLWT Channel 5-150
“After Kansas Run; Team Is Itching For More”
SPARTA, Kentucky (July 11, 2007) - - It’s been seven races since Blake Feese and the Scottish Rite-FPC team has competed in an ARCA RE/MAX Series event. Feese returned to ARCA at Kansas Speedway and showed that his absence from competition didn’t mean anything after the Saybrook, Illinois native roared to a third place finish.
With the next stop on the 23-race schedule returning to Kentucky Speedway, a track similar to Kansas Speedway, Feese is looking to back up that run with another astounding performance under the lights on Friday night.
“I’m looking forward to racing this week at Kentucky Speedway and especially with Scottish Rite and FPC,” said Feese. “We returned to the series with a vengeance at Kansas and we’re heading into Kentucky looking to improve even more.”
Kentucky starts the first of nine confirmed races for the DSH Racing Enterprises team for the remainder of the 2007 season. In addition to running the ARCA race at Kentucky Speedway on Friday night, the group will also make three more attempts in ARCA at Nashville Superspeedway, Gateway International Raceway and Chicagoland Speedway. The team will spend the remaining five events competing in the NASCAR Busch Series with Feese aboard.
“Our partnership with Scottish Rite-FPC and their marketing abilities is making this racing schedule possible. I am very excited to be a part of this program, along with Sadler Racing, and we are all working to build an all-around successful partnership. Having Scottish Rite-FPC on our car means we are representing Freemasons around the world, and that is an enormous honor.”
Feese will make his second start at the 1.5-mile speed plant on Friday night and while he is gunning for his third career ARCA victory, the former USAC competitor would like to better his eighth place run he scored in 2004.
“Kentucky Speedway is a fast and fun place to race,” Feese offered. It’s one of the smoothest race tracks on the schedule and usually offers some intense racing. You are going to see all those components come into play on Friday night, it should be great show for the fans and television audience.”
The WLWT Channel 5-150 (100 laps/150 miles) is the 13 of 23 races on the 2007 ARCA RE/MAX Series schedule. The 13th ARCA race held at Kentucky Speedway is a one-day show. Practice begins Friday, July 13 with a two hour and 15 minute (11:30am-1:45pm) session planned. ARCA SIM Factory pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 4:30pm Local Time. The event will take the green flag shortly after 8:00pm Local Time with live coverage on SPEED. Additional race coverage can be found online at arcaracing.com
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Blake Feese, DSH Racing-Sadler Racing Kentucky Notes of Interest:
Blake Feese will make his seventh career ARCA RE/MAX Series start Friday night. In his previous six races, Feese has racked up two wins, three top-fives and five top-10s. His worst finish in the ARCA RE/MAX Series occurred at South Boston Speedway in 2003 where he finished 11th.
Feese is steering the same Dodge Charger he nailed a third place finish at Kansas Speedway on Friday night at Kentucky .
Following Kentucky , the next scheduled ARCA RE/MAX Series race for Feese and the Scottish Rite-FPCR acing team is Nashville Superspeedway for the TOYOTA ARCA 150 on Saturday, August 11th.
About The Scottish Rite:
The Scottish Rite is a Masonic organization that continues a Master Mason’s education of the first three degrees. The Scottish Rite consists of the fourth through 32nd Degree and an honorary 33rd, which is awarded for exceptional service.
About Fuel Performance Catalyst (FPC):
FPC is a fuel additive that changes the burn rate for internal combustion engines. It works by making the fuel burn more efficiently. Independent tests have confirmed that FPC reduces fuel consumption from 4 percent to 8 percent.
Besides increasing fuel economy, FPC will extend engine life and performance. Since the engine will be burning fuel more effectively, hard carbon cannot build up on critical engine components. Hard carbon causes injector coking and accelerates engine wear.
FPC also reduces pollutants. Laboratory tests have shown reduction in carbon monoxide (CO), unburned hydrocarbons (carbon particulate), Particulate Emissions, sulfur dioxide (SO2), and NOx. Additionally, FPC will reduce oil contaminants caused by soot and carbon generated in the combustion process.
NAME: Chris Knight, DSH Racing Enterprises
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